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Upper Delaware River riverine environmental flow decision support system (REFDSS)

 

Publications

2016

Campbell, C.A. and K.L. Prestegaard. 2016. Physical and chemical constraints limit the habitat window for an endangered mussel. Hydrobiologia 772:77-91.

Maloney, K.O., J.C. Cole, and M. Schmid. 2016. Predicting thermally stressful events in rivers with a strategy to evaluate management alternatives. River Research and Applications XX:XX-XX.

 

2015

Blakeslee, C.J., S.A. Sweet, H. Galbraith, and D.C. Honeyfield. 2015. Thiaminase activity in native freshwater mussels. Journal of Great Lakes Research 41:516-519.

Entrekin, S.A., K.O. Maloney, K.E. Kapo, A.W. Walters, M.A. Evans-White, and K.M. Klemow. 2015. Stream vulnerability to widespread and emergent stressors: a focus on uncoventional oil and gas. PLoS ONE. 10(9): e0137416.

Galbraith, H.S., C.J. Blakeslee, and W.A. Lellis. 2015. Behavioral responses of freshwater mussels to experimental dewatering. Freshwater Science 34:42-52.

Galbraith, H.S., D.T. Zanatta, and C.C. Wilson. 2015. Comparative analysis of riverscape genetic structure in rare, threatened and common freshwater mussels. Conservation Genetics 16:845-857.

Maloney, K.O. and D.R. Shull. 2015. Sediment and discharge yields within a minimally disturbed, headwater watershed in North Central Pennsylvania, USA, with an emphasis on Superstorm Sandy. Water and Environment Journal 29:402-411.

Maloney, K.O., C.B. Talbert, J.C. Cole, H.S. Galbraith, C.J. Blakeslee, L. Hanson, and C.L. Holmquist-Johnson. 2015. An integrated riverine environmental flow decision support system (REFDSS) to evaluate the ecological effects of alternative flow scenarios on river ecosystems. Fundamental and Applied Limnology/Archiv für Hydrobiologie 186:171-192.

 

2014

Atkinson, C.L., A.D. Christian, D.E. Spooner, and C.C. Vaughn. 2014. Long-lived organisms provide an integrative footprint of agricultural land use. Ecological Applications 24:375-384.

Brittingham, M., K.O. Maloney, A.M. Farag, D.D. Harper, and Z.H. Bowen. 2014. Ecological risks of shale oil and gas development to wildlife, aquatic resources and their habitats. Environmental Science & Technology 48:11034-11047.

Campbell, C.A. 2014. Identifying the elusive dwarf wedgemussel habitat through modeling and field approaches. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

Cole, J.C., K.O. Maloney, M. Schmid, and J.E. McKenna. 2014. Developing and testing temperature models for regulated systems: a case study on the upper Delaware River. Journal of Hydrology 519:588-598.

Cornman, R.S., L.S. Robertson, H.S. Galbraith, and C. Blakeslee. 2014. Transcriptomic analysis of the mussel (Elliptio complanata) identifies candidate stress-response genes and an abundance of novel or noncoding transcripts. PloS ONE 9(11):e112420.

Honeyfield, D.C. and K.O. Maloney. 2014. Seasonal patterns in stream periphyton fatty acids and community benthic algal composition in six high-quality headwater streams. Hydrobiologia 744:35-47.

Ottinger, C.A., D.C. Honeyfield, C.L. Densmore and L.R. Iwanowicz. 2014. In vitro immune functions in thiamine-replete and -depleted lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush). Fish & Shellfish Immunology 38:211-220.

Talbert, C., K.O. Maloney, C.L. Holmquist-Johnson, and L. Hanson. 2014. User’s manual for the upper Delaware River riverine environmental flow decision support system (REFDSS), Version 1.1.2: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2014–1183, 23 p.

 

2013

Allen, D.C., H.S. Galbraith, C.C. Vaughn, and D.E. Spooner. 2013. A tale of two rivers: implications of water management practices for mussel biodiversity outcomes during droughts. AMBIO 42:881-891.

Alley, W.M., E.J. Evenson, N.L. Barber, B.W. Bruce, K.F. Dennehy, M.C. Freeman, W.O. Freeman, J.M. Fischer, W.B. Hughes, J.G. Kennen, J.E. Kiang, K.O. Maloney, M. Musgrove, B. Ralston, S. Tessler, and J.P. Verdin. 2013. Progress toward establishing a national assessment of water availability and use. U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1384, 34 p.

Blakeslee, C.J., H.S. Galbraith, L.S. Robertson, and B. St. John White. 2013. The effects of salinity exposure on multiple life stages of a common freshwater mussel, (Elliptio complanata). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 32:2849–2854.

Fitzsimons, J.D., A. Dalton, B. MacVeigh, M. Heaton, C. Wilson and D.C. Honeyfield. 2013. Use of stable isotopes to identify redds of putative hatchery and wild Atlantic salmon and evaluate their spawning habitat and egg thiamine status in a Lake Ontario tributary. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:741–753.

Lellis, W.A., B. St. John White, J.C. Cole, C.S. Johnson, J.L. Devers, E. van S. Gray, and H.S. Galbraith. 2013. Newly documented host fishes for the eastern Elliptio mussel (Elliptio complanata). Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 4:75–85.

Maloney, K.O., D.E. Weller, D.E. Michaelson, and P.J. Ciccotto. 2013. Species distribution models of freshwater stream fishes in Maryland and their implications for management. Environmental Modeling and Assessment 18:1-12.

Newton, T.J., C.C. Vaughn, D.E. Spooner, S.J. Nichols, and M.T. Arts. 2013. Profiles of biochemical tracers in unionid mussels across a broad geographic range. Journal of Shellfish Research 32:497-507.

Schmid, M., F. Wickler, K.O. Maloney, R.M. Mitchell, N. Fenske, and A. Mayr. 2013. Boosted beta regression. PLoS ONE. 8(4): e61623.

 

2012

Galbraith, H.S. 2012. Phase 1 freshwater mussel survey and comparison to historical surveys at the Pond Eddy bridge, Delaware River, New York and Pennsylvania.U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2012-1224, 17 p.

Galbraith, H.S., C.J. Blakeslee, and W.A. Lellis. 2012. Recent thermal history influences thermal tolerance in freshwater mussel species (Bivalvia:Unionoida). Freshwater Science 31:83-92.

Honeyfield, D.C., M.E. Daniels, L.R. Brown, M.T. Arts, M. Walsh, and S.B. Brown. 2012. Survey of four essential nutrients and thiaminase activity in five Lake Ontario preyfish species. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38:11-17.

Lellis, W.A., C.J. Blakeslee, L.K. Allen, B.F. Molnia, S.D. Price, S. Bristol, and B. Stewart. 2012. Assessment of photographs from wildlife monitoring cameras in Drakes Estero, Point Reyes National Seashore, California. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2012-1249, 24 p.

Maloney, K.O. and D.A. Yoxtheimer. 2012. Production and disposal of waste materials from gas and oil extraction from the Marcellus Shale play in Pennsylvania. Environmental Practice 14: 278-287.

Maloney, K.O., M. Schmid, and D.E. Weller. 2012. Applying additive modeling and gradient boosting to assess the effects of watershed and reach characteristics on riverine assemblages. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3:116-128.

Maloney, K.O., W.A. Lellis, R.M. Bennett, and T.J. Waddle. 2012. Habitat persistence for sedentary organisms in managed rivers: the case for the federally endangered dwarf wedgemussel (Alasmidonta heterodon) in the Delaware River. Freshwater Biology 57:1315-1327.

Ottinger, C.A., D.C. Honeyfield, C.L. Densmore, and L.R. Iwanowicz. 2012. Impact of thiamine deficiency on T-cell dependent and T-cell independent antibody production in lake trout. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 24:258-273.

Spooner, D.E. and C.C. Vaughn. 2012. Species’ traits and environmental gradients interact to govern primary productivity in freshwater mussel communities. Oikos 3:403-416.

Spooner, D.E., C.C. Vaughn, and H.S. Galbraith. 2012. Species traits and environmental conditions govern the relationship between biodiversity effects across trophic levels. Oecologia 168:533-548.

Tillitt, D.E., C.E. Kraft, D.C. Honeyfield, and J.D. Fitzsimons. 2012. Thiamine deficiency:A viable hypothesis for paralytic syndrome in Baltic birds. Commentary on Sonne et al., A review of the factors causing paralysis in wild birds: implications for the paralytic syndrome observed Baltic Sea. Science of the Total Environment 416:32-39.

 

2011

Brown, B.L., C.M. Swan, D.A. Auerbach, E.H. Campbell Grant, N.P. Hitt, K.O. Maloney and C. Patrick. 2011. Metacommunity theory as a multispecies, multiscale framework for studying the influence of river network structure on riverine communities and ecosystems. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30: 310-327.

Faisal M., T.P. Loch, M. Fujimoto, S.A. Woodiga, A.E. Eissa, D.C. Honeyfield, M. Wolgamood, E.D. Walker, and T.L. Marsh. 2011. Characterization of novel Flavobacterium spp. involved in the mortality of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) in their early life stages. Journal of Aquatic Research and Development S2:005. doi:10.4172/2155-9546.S2-005

Galbraith, H.S. and C.C. Vaughn. 2011. Effects of reservoir management on abundance, condition, parasitism and reproductive traits of downstream mussels. River Research and Applications 27:193-201.

Galbraith, H.S., C.M. Smith, K.M. Wozney, D.T. Zanatta, C.C. Wilson. 2011. Development and characterization of nine microsatellite loci for the endangered Kidneyshell, Ptychobranchus fasciolaris, and cross-amplification in closely-related lampsilines (Bivalvia: Unionoida). Conservation Genetics Resources.

Honeyfield, D.C., G.A. Kindschi, T.A. Bell, and J.W. Mohler. 2011. Dietary calcein marking of shovelnose sturgeon and the effect of sunlight on mark retention. North American Journal of Aquaculture 73:129-134.

Honeyfield, D.C. and W.F. Krise. 2011. Measurement of milt quality and factors affecting viability of fish spermatotzoa. In Tiersch, T.R. and C.C. Green, editors. pp 208-218. Cryopreservation in Aquatic Species, 2nd Edition. World Aquaculture Society. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA.

Johnson, J.H., R.M. Ross, D.S. Dropkin, and L.A. Redell. 2011. Ontogenetic and diel variation in stream habitat use by brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in a headwater stream. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 26:143-152.

Maloney K.O., P. Munguia, and R.M. Mitchell. 2011. Anthropogenic disturbance and landscape patterns affect diversity patterns of aquatic benthic macroinvertebrates. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30: 284-295.

Riley, S.C., J. Rinchard, D.C. Honeyfield, A.N. Evans, and L. Begnoche. 2011. Increasing thiamine concentrations in lake trout eggs from Lakes Huron and Michigan coincide with low alewife abundance. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 31:1052–1064.

Snyder, R.J., C.J. DeMarche, and D.C. Honeyfield. 2011. Impacts of changing food webs in Lake Ontario: Implications of dietary fatty acids on growth of alewives. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 14:231-238.

Spooner, D.E., M.A. Xenopoulos, C. Schneider, and D.A. Woolnough. 2011. Coextirpation of host–affiliate relationships in rivers: the role of climate change, water withdrawal, and host-specificity. Global Change Biology 17:1720-1732.

 

2010

Campbell, C.A. and B.S. White. 2010. Development of an aquatic gap analysis for the Delaware River basin. In J. Maxwell, K. Gergely, J. Aycrigg, L. Duarte, and A. Davidson (eds.) Gap Analysis Bulletin. No. 17. USGS/BRD/Gap Analysis Program, Moscow, ID.

Fitzsimons, J.D, S. Brown, L. Brown, D. Honeyfield, J. He, J.E. Johnson. 2010. Increase in lake trout reproduction in Lake Huron following the collapse of alewife: Relief from thiamine deficiency or larval predation? Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management 13:73-84.

Honeyfield, D.C., J.W. Hanes, L. Brown, C.E. Kraft and T.P. Begley. 2010. Comparison of thiaminase activity in fish using the radiometric and 4-nitrothiophenol colorimetric methods. Journal Great Lakes Research 36(4):641-645.

Honeyfield, D.C., D.E. Tillitt, J.D. Fitzsimons, and S.B. Brown. 2010. Variation in Lake Michigan alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) thiaminase and fatty acid composition. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 25:65-71.

Johnson, J.H., R.M. Ross, R.D. McCullough, and A. Mathers. 2010. A comparative analysis of double-crested cormorant diets from stomachs and pellets from two Lake Ontario colonies. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 25(4):669-672.

Majumdar, S.K., T.L. Master, M.C. Brittingham, R.M. Ross, R.S. Mulvihill, and J.E. Huffman (eds). 2010. Avian Ecology and Conservation: A Pennsylvania Focus with National Implications. The Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Easton, PA. 368 pp.

Ross, R.M. 2010. Colonially nesting waders. Chapter 9 in Majumdar, S.K., T.L. Master, M.C. Brittingham, R.M. Ross, R.S. Mulvihill, and J.E. Huffman (eds). Avian Ecology and Conservation: A Pennsylvania Focus with National Implications. The Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Easton, PA. pg 259-275.

Wagner, T., M.L. Jones, M.P. Ebener, M.T. Arts, T.O. Brenden, D.C. Honeyfield, G.M. Wright, and M. Faisal. 2010. Spatial and temporal dynamics of lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) health indicators: linking individual-based indicators to a management-relevant endpoint. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36:121-134.

Ward, R., K.M. Shaw, S.T. Small and W.A. Lellis. 2010. Development and characterization of microsatellite loci in Elliptio complanata (Mollusca:Unionidae) and cross-species amplification within the genus Elliptio. Conservation Genetics Resources 2:131-134.

 

2009

Carvalho, P.S.M., D.E. Tillitt, J.L. Zajicek, R.A. Claunch, D.C. Honeyfield, J.D. Fitzsimons and S.B. Brown. 2009. Thiamine deficiency effects on the vision and foraging ability of lake trout fry. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 21:315-325.

Fitzsimons, J.D., S.B. Brown, G. Fodor, B. Williston, L. Brown, K. Moore, D.C. Honeyfield and D.E. Tillitt. 2009. Influence of thiamine deficiency on lake trout larval growth, foraging, and predator avoidance. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 21:302-314.

Hanson, L., Schrock, R., Waddle, T.J., Duda, J.J., and Lellis, W.A. 2009. USGS river ecosystem modeling. Where are we, how did we get here, and where are we going? A report from the USGS River Ecosystem Modeling Work Group. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5018, 81 p.

Honeyfield, D.C., J.D. Fitzsimons, D.E. Tillitt and S.B. Brown. 2009. Egg fatty acid composition from lake trout fed two Lake Michigan prey fish species. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 21:272-278.

Honeyfield, D.C., D.E. Tillitt and J.D. Fitzsimons. 2009. Introduction to a special issue: Complexities of thiamine deficiency in aquatic organisms. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 21:205-206.

Kocovsky, P.M., R.M. Ross, and D.S. Dropkin. 2009. Prioritizing removal of dams for passage of diadromous fishes on a major river system. River Research and Applications 25:107-117.

Ramirez-Macias, D., K. Shaw, R. Ward, F. Galvan-Magana, and R. Vazquez. 2009. Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in the whale shark (Rhincodon typus). Molecular Ecology Resources 9:798-800.

Rauschenberger, R.H., M.S. Sepu´ Lveda, J.J. Wiebe, J.E. Wiebe, D.C. Honeyfield and T.S. Gross. 2009. Nutrient and organochlorine pesticide concentrations in American alligator eggs and their associations with decreased clutch viability. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 21:249-261.

Redell, L.A., W.K. Gall, R.M. Ross, and D.S. Dropkin. 2009. Biology of the caddisfly Oligostomis ocelligera (Trichoptera: Phryganeidae) inhabiting acidic mine drainage in Pennsylvania. Northeastern Naturalist 16(2):285-306.

Richter, C.A., M.K. Wright-Osment, J.L. Zajicek, D.C. Honeyfield and D.E. Tillitt. 2009. Quantitative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assays for a bacterial thiaminase I gene and the thiaminase-producing bacterium Paenibacillus thiaminolyticus isolated from Great Lakes forage fish. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 21:229-238.

Ross, J.P., D.C. Honeyfield, S.B. Brown, L.R. Brown, A.R.Waddle, M.E. Welker and T.R. Schoeb. 2009. Gizzard shad thiaminase activity and its effect on the thiamine status of captive American alligators Alligator mississippiensis. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 21:239-248.

Zajicek, J.L., L. Brown, S.B. Brown, D.C. Honeyfield, J.D. Fitzsimons and D.E. Tillitt. 2009. Variations of thiaminase I activity pH dependencies among typical Great Lakes forage fish and Paenibacillus thiaminolyticus. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 21:207-216.

 

2008

Honeyfield, D.C., A.K. Peters, and M.L. Jones. 2008. Thiamine and fatty acid content of Lake Michigan chinook salmon. Journal of Great Lakes Research 34:581-589.

Honeyfield, D.C., J.P. Ross, D.A. Carbonneau, S.P. Terrell, A.R. Woodward, T.R. Schoeb, H.F. Perceval, and J.P. Hinterkopf. 2008. Pathology, physiologic parameters, tissue contaminants, and tissue thiamine in morbid and healthy central Florida adult American alligators (Alligator mississippiensis). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 44:280-294.

Honeyfield, D.C., T. Kehler, J.W. Fletcher, and J.W. Mohler. 2008. Effect of artificial sunlight on the retention of external calcein marks on lake trout. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:1243–1248.

Kocovsky, P.M., R.M. Ross, D.S. Dropkin, and J.M. Campbell. 2008. Linking landscapes and habitat suitability scores for diadromous fish restoration in the Susquehanna River basin. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:906-918.

Lepak, J.M., C.E. Kraft, D.C. Honeyfield, and S.B. Brown. 2008. Evaluating the effect of stressors on thiaminase activity in alewife. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 20:63-71.

Mather, M.E., D.L. Parrish, C.A. Campbell, J.R. McMenemy, and J.M. Smith. 2008. Summer temperature variation and implications for juvenile Atlantic salmon. Hydrobiologia 603:183-196.

Ross, R.M., E.S. Long, and D.S. Dropkin. 2008. Response of macroinvertebrate communities to remediation-simulating conditions in Pennsylvania streams influenced by acid mine drainage. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 145:323-338.

Villella Bumgardner, R., E. Pendleton, and B. Lellis. 2008. Bridging the information gap for mussels. FWS Endangered Species Bulletin 33(3): 40-42.

Wright, G., Honeyfield, D.C., and Faisal, M. 2008. Fish health. In The state of Lake Michigan in 2005. Edited by D.F. Clapp and W. Horns. Great Lakes Fishery Commission Special Publication 08-02. pp 59-64.

 

2007

Cole, J.C. 2007. Predicting flow and temperature regimes at three Alasmidonta heterodon locations in the Delaware River. Thesis in Applied Ecology and Conservation Biology, Frostburg State University, Frostburg, MD. 172 pp.

Fitzsimons, J.D., J.L. Jonas, R.M. Claramunt, B. Williston, G. Williston, J.E. Marsden, B.J. Ellrott, and D.C. Honeyfield. 2007. Influence of egg predation and physical disturbance on lake trout Salvelinus namaycush egg mortality and implications for life-history theory. Journal of Fish Biology 71:1-16.

Honeyfield, D.C., C.S. Vandergoot, P.W. Bettoli, J.P. Hinterkopf, and J.L. Zajicek. 2007. Thiamine and fatty acid content of walleye tissue from three southern U.S. reservoirs. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 19:84-93.

Fitzsimons, J.D., B. Williston, G. Williston, L. Brown, A. El-Shaarawi, L. Vandenbyllaardt, D. Honeyfeld, D. Tillitt, M. Wolgamood, and S.B. Brown. 2007. Egg thiamine status of Lake Ontario salmonines 1995–2004 with emphasis on lake trout. Journal of Great Lakes Research 33:93–103.

Peters, A.K., M.L. Jones, D.C. Honeyfield, and J.R. Bence. 2007. Monitoring energetic status of Lake Michigan chinook salmon using water content as a predictor of whole-fish lipid content. Journal of Great Lakes Research 33:253–263.

Ross, R.M., J.H. Johnson, and R.D. McCullough. 2007. Diet composition and fish consumption of double-crested cormorants from the Pigeon and Snake Island colonies of eastern Lake Ontario in 2006. Pages 1-11, in New York State Department of Environmental Conservation 2006 Annual Report//NYSDEC Lake Ontario Annual Report 2006, Section 16, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Fish, Wildlife and Marine Resources.

Ward, R., I.R. Blandon, F. Garcia de Leon, S.J. Robertson, A.M. Landry, A.O. Anyanwu, J.M. Shenker, M.Figuerola, T.C. Gesteira, A. Zerbi, C.D. Acuna, and W. Dailey. 2007. Studies in conservation genetics of tarpon (Megalops atlanticus): microsatellite variation across the distribution of the species. Pages 131-145 in J.S. Ault (ed). Biology and Management of the World Tarpon and Bonefish Fisheries. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

Ward, R., K. Bowers, R. Hensley, B. Mobley, and E. Belouski. 2007. Genetic variability in spotted seatrout (Cynoscion nebulosus), determined with microsatellite DNA markers. Fisheries Bulletin 105:197-206.

White, B.S.J. 2007. Evaluation of fish host suitability for the endangered dwarf wedgemussel Alasmidonta heterodon. Thesis in Wildlife and Fisheries Science, The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA. 86 pp.

 

2006

Barrows, F.T. and W.A. Lellis. 2006. Effect of diet processing method and ingredient substitution on feed characteristics and survival of larval walleye, Sander vitreus. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 37:154-160.

Honeyfield, D.C., C.S. Ostrowski, J.W. Fletcher, and J.W. Mohler. 2006. Dietary calcein marking of brook trout, Atlantic salmon, yellow perch, and coho salmon scales. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26:431-437.

Johnson, J.H., R.M. Ross, J.E. McKenna, and G.E. Lewis. 2006. Estimating the size of fish consumed by double-crested cormorants: considerations for better understanding cormorant-fish interactions. Journal of Great Lakes Research 32:91-101.

Johnson, J.H., R.M. Ross, and J. Farquhar. 2006. The effects of egg oiling on fish consumption by double-crested cormorants on Little Galloo Island, Lake Ontario in 2005. Pages 1-7, in New York State Department of Environmental Conservation 2005 Annual Report//NYSDEC Lake Ontario Annual Report 2005 Volume Section 15. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Fish, Wildlife and Marine Resources.

Johnson, J.H., R.M. Ross, R.D. McCullough, and B. Boyer. 2006. Diet composition and fish consumption of double-crested cormorants from the Little Galloo Island colony of eastern Lake Ontario in 2005. Pages 1-12, in New York State Department of Environmental Conservation 2005 Annual Report//NYSDEC Lake Ontario Annual Report 2005 Volume Section 14, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Fish, Wildlife and Marine Resources.

Lellis, W.A. 2006. National Park Service policies: highlights from a workshop on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in park lands. Pages 159-160 in Steiner, K.C. and Carlson, J.E., eds. Restoration of American Chestnut to Forest Lands-Proceedings of a Conference and Workshop. May 4-6, 2004, The North Carolina Arboretum. Natural Resources Report NPS/NCR/CUE/NRR–2006/001, National Park Service. Washington, DC.

Lellis, W.A. 2006. Potential extent of American chestnut restoration within the National Park System. Pages 211-226 in Steiner, K.C. and Carlson, J.E., eds. Restoration of American Chestnut to Forest Lands-Proceedings of a Conference and Workshop. May 4-6, 2004, The North Carolina Arboretum. Natural Resources Report NPS/NCR/CUE/NRR–2006/001, National Park Service. Washington, DC.

Ross, R.M., J.H. Johnson, R.D. McCullough, and B. Boyers. 2006. Diet composition and fish consumption of double-crested cormorants from the Pigeon and Snake Island colonies of eastern Lake Ontario in 2005. Pages 1-11, in New York State Department of Environmental Conservation 2005 Annual Report//NYSDEC Lake Ontario Annual Report 2005 Volume, Section 16, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Fish, Wildlife and Marine Resources.

Shaw, K.M., T.L. King, W.A. Lellis and M.S. Eackles. 2006. Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in Alasmidonta heterodon (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Molecular Ecology Notes 6:365-367.

 

 

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